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Two of the teenager’s convicted rapists, in Tennessee, for just a 6 month probationary period

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The two 13-year-old boys from Tennessee, pled guilty to the statutory rape of a 15-year-old girl, were convicted and sentenced, but the judge sentenced them to six months on probation.

The law as it was written to protect youthful sex offenders from prosecution, and for the time being, however, the victim and her family, a furious representative of the state, are working to change the law.

“I’ve been raped,” said the victim, who has not been identified is in the public domain, according to Fox 17 In Nashville, tn. She told me that it was describing the scene about a month ago, when two of the boys, she thought to herself that the friends have kept her in the house if they raped her and filmed it.

“I don’t want to say it, because I was afraid no one would believe me,” the victim said. However, as soon as she opened it, her parents, and she immediately went to the police station.

“I have always thought that it was going to be, you know, kids are mean, bullying, or fighting, but it is not rape,” she said, her mother told Fox 17.

“The only thing I really remember is the police said to me was basically begging me to take them to get treatment,” her father said.

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The police investigated and found that the video evidence of the crime.

The two boys were tried in the court of law and pled guilty. The judge sentenced the boy to six months of probation. The other, who had a criminal history, was given six months on probation, but is required in order to submit to the authority of the state.

“She pleaded guilty, and said,” Yeah, I’ve got this thing, ” and that the sentencing guidelines mandate that they are able to go home,” the victim’s father said.

And, because they are under 14 years of age, they were not to be placed on the sex offender registry.

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The light sentence was attributed to the Young of the Reform Act, which is required in order to protect minors against the serious criminal penalties. In an e-mail to the family of the assistant to the attorney-general cited the various components of the law.

“All of them [the police] did a fantastic job, until it came down to the point where we were going to get something in return for the knowledge that they would have to have at least some sort of punishment for the things she did to my daughter, and it couldn’t be done, because of the way the law is written,” the victim’s father, told Fox 17.

State Rep. Jason, She’s heard it wrong and he is now working on two bills to change that, and with the law.

“It’s very clear, as a father, I have been feeling a bit sick, and as a citizen of this community, I was disgusted,” he told Fox 17. “You know what, rape, is, of course, is a serious offense, whether you’re 13 or 30, you should know better.”

One of Hodges’ statements that would allow children under 13 years of age be charged as adults in the case of rape. The other would be for a court to decide whether or not he or she wished to have children under the age of 13 years on the sex offender registry.

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